Friday, June 18, 2010

Whitman Softens on Immigration (Can't we get one Republican with integrity?)


Meg Whitman, the Republican candidate for governor of California, is softening her stance on immigration. A month after she cut an ad during her primary promising “no drivers’ licenses, no sanctuary cities, and absolutely no amnesty, period,” she’s launched new ads to air during Mexico’s World Cup match calling herself a “different kind of candidate” who “understands our community” and “the Republican who opposes the Arizona law and was against Proposition 187.”

Latinos who are interested in Whitman’s positions on immigration can learn more about them at the new section of her website not-at-all-subtly targeted at them...

[Again and again Republicans elect rinos, which are just liberalism lite. I think I'll reserve my future votes for candidates I truly believe in, and stop playing the lesser-or-evils game, it's getting us nowhere.]


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